The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 25
Page No. 6050 - 6054

Time and Space in the Philosophy of Mulla Sadra and Kant

Authors : Mahdi Mohammadzadeh and Valioallah Khoshtinat

Abstract: This research investigates the opinions of Mula Sadra and Kant about the time and space and compares similarities and differences. Time and space in Mulla Sadra philosophy exists in the outside world and also in material world but their presence is not independent from material creatures but they are demonstrated due to their essence. Mulla Sadra considers for extensions for physical creatures: intransient extensions in three directions length, width and depth which are referred as space and fourth extension which is called time. But time and space in the philosophy of Kant are matters that are real in the mental world and have no demonstration in the outside world and they are just molds in which sensory data organize and transform to cognition and objects cannot recognized out of time and space.

How to cite this article:

Mahdi Mohammadzadeh and Valioallah Khoshtinat, 2016. Time and Space in the Philosophy of Mulla Sadra and Kant. The Social Sciences, 11: 6050-6054.

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